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January 4, 1994
Guy ButlerWoodlawnBasketballButler scored 60 points in three games as the Warriors won the Wes Unseld Classic. The 6-foot-7 junior forward and tournament MVP had 28 in an opening-round win over Hammond.
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By Derek Toney and Derek Toney,Contributing Writer | January 26, 1995
In the December edition of the Mount St. Joseph High School newspaper, a big headline topped the boys basketball preview.It read: "Whye Is The Answer."Daniel Whye, a 6-foot-8 junior center, may not have all the answers for the Gaels, but they wouldn't want to imagine where they would be without him.After an 82-50 victory over Gilman on Tuesday, Whye is averaging 15.8 points and 10.9 rebounds for Mount St. Joseph (8-8)."I really have come a long way since my freshman year," said Whye, who weighs 195 pounds.
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By Calvin Watkins and Calvin Watkins,Contributing Writer | October 28, 1994
Guy Butler, first-team All-Metro basketball selection as a junior last season at Woodlawn High, has transferred to Lake Clifton.Butler, whose home is within blocks of the East Baltimore school, said there were two reasons for the decision.The first was the dismissal of Rod Norris as Woodlawn's coach after the 1993-94 season. Butler also said getting a ride to Woodlawn would be difficult, making Lake Clifton a perfect fit for him."I thought that was the best place for me to be since my coach left," he said.
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By Pat O'Malley and Pat O'Malley,Sun Staff Writer | December 28, 1994
Severn coach Wayne Fowler, who is 6 feet 5 and an ex-NFL lineman with the Buffalo Bills, has gone through life taking giant steps. Tonight, he gets the chance to take the biggest of all.Fowler's No. 16 Admirals (9-3), who stepped up from the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association B Conference to the A this season, play host to No. 1 and nationally ranked Lake Clifton (5-0) in tonight's 7:30 championship game of the first Severn Christmas Classic in Severna Park.Last night John Vereen led Severn to a 76-35 romp over Archbishop Spalding while the Lakers, with Shawnta Rogers (23 points)
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By Rich Scherr and Rich Scherr,Contributing Writer | January 30, 1993
It didn't take long last night for No. 5 Woodlawn to prove its supremacy in Baltimore County basketball.Fifteen seconds, to be exact.That's how long it took for the Warriors to win the opening tip, Boys basketballdrive through the paint and get four straight shots at the basket, towering over an outsized Catonsville team for rebound after rebound.Woodlawn proved to be too much for the 14th-ranked Comets, scoring the game's first seven points and rolling to an 82-70 win before a standing-room crowd at Catonsville High.
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By Rich Scherr and Rich Scherr,Contributing Writer | December 23, 1993
The 15th-ranked Dundalk Owls came to Woodlawn last night to show their muscle against the sixth-ranked Warriors, favorites in the Baltimore County 3A-4A League.But it was the muscle of one 6-foot-7 Warrior that helped thwart the Owls' game attempt at an upset.Forward Guy Butler scored a game-high 30 points, helping host Woodlawn rally from an eight-point deficit in the third quarter en route to a 61-58 win.Butler, who has had to pick up the scoring load since the loss of Baltimore County Player of the Year Donte Dudley in the preseason, was nearly unstoppable in the second half, scoring 19 points.
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By Kent Baker and Kent Baker,Staff Writer | January 6, 1994
The tenor was established when Woodlawn's fleet guards made four steals at midcourt in the first minute.By the end, the Warriors had put on an entertaining show worthy of the Chicago Bulls' colors they wear in rolling over host Perry Hall, 90-66, last night in an early-season Baltimore County 3A-4A showdown.Both teams entered the game unbeaten, but this was a mismatch from the onset for fourth-ranked Woodlawn (8-0), which was bigger, faster and quicker than the Gators.It was the first game for Perry Hall (6-1)
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By Pat O'Malley and Pat O'Malley,Sun Staff Writer | December 28, 1994
Severn coach Wayne Fowler, who is 6 feet 5 and an ex-NFL lineman with the Buffalo Bills, has gone through life taking giant steps. Tonight, he gets the chance to take the biggest of all.Fowler's No. 16 Admirals (9-3), who stepped up from the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association B Conference to the A this season, play host to No. 1 and nationally ranked Lake Clifton (5-0) in tonight's 7:30 championship game of the first Severn Christmas Classic in Severna Park.Last night John Vereen led Severn to a 76-35 romp over Archbishop Spalding while the Lakers, with Shawnta Rogers (23 points)
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By Derek Toney and Derek Toney,Contributing Writer | January 26, 1995
In the December edition of the Mount St. Joseph High School newspaper, a big headline topped the boys basketball preview.It read: "Whye Is The Answer."Daniel Whye, a 6-foot-8 junior center, may not have all the answers for the Gaels, but they wouldn't want to imagine where they would be without him.After an 82-50 victory over Gilman on Tuesday, Whye is averaging 15.8 points and 10.9 rebounds for Mount St. Joseph (8-8)."I really have come a long way since my freshman year," said Whye, who weighs 195 pounds.
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By From Staff Reports | February 3, 1994
Junior swingman Travon Broadway scored 24 points and had nine rebounds to lift visiting and No. 14 Walbrook (5-7, 3-2) to an 83-74 upset of No. 5 Lake Clifton (10-5, 4-3) in a Baltimore City 4A boys basketball League game yesterday.* Centennial 55, Mount Hebron 49: Senior reserve Will Latta (10 points) made five of six free throws down the stretch to spark the Eagles (9-5) to an upset of No. 13 Mount Hebron (12-2, 4-2). Centennial senior Seann Jones also hit five of six free throws and scored nine of his 19 points in the fourth period.
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By Calvin Watkins and Calvin Watkins,Contributing Writer | October 28, 1994
Guy Butler, a first-team All-Metro basketball selection as a junior last season at Woodlawn High, has transferred to Lake Clifton.Butler, whose home is within blocks of the East Baltimore school, said there were two reasons for the decision.The first was the dismissal of Rod Norris as Woodlawn's coach after the 1993-94 season. Butler also said getting a ride to Woodlawn would be difficult, making Lake Clifton a perfect fit for him."I thought that was the best place for me to be since my coach left," he said.
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By Kent Baker and Kent Baker,Staff Writer | January 6, 1994
The tenor was established when Woodlawn's fleet guards made four steals at midcourt in the first minute.By the end, the Warriors had put on an entertaining show worthy of the Chicago Bulls' colors they wear in rolling over host Perry Hall, 90-66, last night in an early-season Baltimore County 3A-4A showdown.Both teams entered the game unbeaten, but this was a mismatch from the onset for fourth-ranked Woodlawn (8-0), which was bigger, faster and quicker than the Gators.It was the first game for Perry Hall (6-1)
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January 4, 1994
Guy ButlerWoodlawnBasketballButler scored 60 points in three games as the Warriors won the Wes Unseld Classic. The 6-foot-7 junior forward and tournament MVP had 28 in an opening-round win over Hammond.
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By Rich Scherr and Rich Scherr,Contributing Writer | December 23, 1993
The 15th-ranked Dundalk Owls came to Woodlawn last night to show their muscle against the sixth-ranked Warriors, favorites in the Baltimore County 3A-4A League.But it was the muscle of one 6-foot-7 Warrior that helped thwart the Owls' game attempt at an upset.Forward Guy Butler scored a game-high 30 points, helping host Woodlawn rally from an eight-point deficit in the third quarter en route to a 61-58 win.Butler, who has had to pick up the scoring load since the loss of Baltimore County Player of the Year Donte Dudley in the preseason, was nearly unstoppable in the second half, scoring 19 points.
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By Rich Scherr and Rich Scherr,Contributing Writer | January 30, 1993
It didn't take long last night for No. 5 Woodlawn to prove its supremacy in Baltimore County basketball.Fifteen seconds, to be exact.That's how long it took for the Warriors to win the opening tip, Boys basketballdrive through the paint and get four straight shots at the basket, towering over an outsized Catonsville team for rebound after rebound.Woodlawn proved to be too much for the 14th-ranked Comets, scoring the game's first seven points and rolling to an 82-70 win before a standing-room crowd at Catonsville High.
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By Mike Frainie and Mike Frainie,Contributing Writer | February 20, 1993
Woodlawn's Guy Butler sat on the bench in foul trouble for most of Tuesday's game when the Warriors defeated Catonsville to win the Baltimore County 4A-3A title.Last night, Perry Hall fans wished he had stayed there.The 6-foot-5 junior scored 14 points and grabbed 11 rebounds to lead the No. 5 Warriors (21-0, 19-0) over the Gators, 75-59, in a Baltimore County 4A-3A game.Donte Dudley's 23 points paced Woodlawn. Jeff Borrows led the 17th-ranked Gators with 20 points."It mad me angry," Butler said of his time on the bench.
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